Wellington: Huia Publishers, 2015. "Since their ancestors arrived in Aotearoa New Zealand and discovered the useful properties of harakeke (New Zealand flax), Maori have used flax leaves to create baskets, mats, housing materials, clothing and cords, ropes and fishing nets. In weaving and the patterns used, Maori record their histories...
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Basle: Sandoz, 1962. 10 color plates. Major article on Maori weaving. Other articles include "The Significance of Colour among Primitive People", Paint-A Magical Substance", Diffusion of Dyes in Relation to their Dyeing Mechanisms", and "The Disulphide Bond in Wool"
Leiden: Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde, . 18 black and white figures. Guide to an exhibition showing tapa barkcloth in the context of village life on Moce Island, Fiji. Uncommon. Dutch text.